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19-10-2015Newsround: What Monday’s papers say

19-10-2015Newsround: What Monday’s papers say

More cycle routes, expansion of Luas to Bray and new bus network proposed

More cycle routes, expansion of Luas to Bray and new bus network proposed

Greater Dublin Area draft Transport Strategy published

Newsround: What Thursday’s papers say

Newsround: What Thursday’s papers say

Denis O’Brien is back in court, residents continue to fight the Council on halting site and a row surfaces in government over rent control proposals

Denis O’Brien mounts legal action against PR company

Denis O’Brien mounts legal action against PR company

The businessman claims there is a conspiracy against him and wants to search company’s offices

Government aims to create 23,000 jobs in mid-west by 2020

Government aims to create 23,000 jobs in mid-west by 2020

The government has launched its mid-west Action Plan for Jobs, the fourth of eight regional jobs plans, aimed at delivering 10 to 15 per cent employment growth in the region by 2020.

Business Diary: Monday, October 19

Business Diary: Monday, October 19

What’s happening in the business world this week.

Danone infant milk sales to China fuel double-digit growth

Danone infant milk sales to China fuel double-digit growth

Revenue gain at 4.6 per cent exceeds analysts predictions

How much is too much?

How much is too much?

As a €900,000 award is overturned, questions must be asked about how libel damages are decided upon

Web’s governing body holds town hall meeting today in Dublin

Web’s governing body holds town hall meeting today in Dublin

ICANN will shortly oversee internet’s move out of US state control

Oprah Winfrey buys stake in Weight Watchers

Oprah Winfrey buys stake in Weight Watchers

Media magnate joins the board of the weight loss company and will develop future products

Funding constraints inhibit office development in Dublin

Funding constraints inhibit office development in Dublin

Vacancy rate is below 10 per cent for first time since 2000

Health: A future without reform?

Health: A future without reform?

The health services are running just to stand still and the budget offered nothing to avert a situation which is likely only to get worse

Central Bank rolls out rounding up of small change in shops

Central Bank rolls out rounding up of small change in shops

Copper coins will be levelled up or down to nearest five cent

First Derivatives says first-half performance ahead of last year

First Derivatives says first-half performance ahead of last year

Newry-based financial software company First Derivatives said that trading in the first half of its financial year was strong with both earnings and revenue significantly ahead of the previous year

China’s GDP growth beats forecasts but at weakest level since 2009

China’s GDP growth beats forecasts but at weakest level since 2009

China’s economy expanded quicker than economists forecast in the third quarter as the services sector propped up the world’s second-largest economy